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I figured it would be useful to have a thread here that covers all jury sites.

I don't think you will make much money at all with these, but I did just make $5 (fully paid via Paypal) for around 20 minutes on ejury.com. I've been registered there for 8-10 months, and this was the first case I did. By mturk standards this would have been the hit of the day for me, for sure.

The case I had was interesting, and you had to provide multiple written answers, but most experienced mturkers will find this easy going. An interesting twist was that they actually send a summary of the results, giving some of the main reasons why people voted this way or that.

I got notified via email that a case was available, and there are some signs that I missed a case or so a month. I haven't fully figured out if these got sent to spam or whatever.

On ejury, these are real cases, and they will be assigned based on your actual US jurisdiction, so your mileage may vary, since I think some sites are more popular in some areas than others.

It might be worthwhile to take several minutes to register at ejury. I think it would be good to hear what other jury sites anyone has found worthwhile.
 
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I figured it would be useful to have a thread here that covers all jury sites.

I don't think you will make much money at all with these, but I did just make $5 (fully paid via Paypal) for around 20 minutes on ejury.com. I've been registered there for 8-10 months, and this was the first case I did. By mturk standards this would have been the hit of the day for me, for sure.

The case I had was interesting, and you had to provide multiple written answers, but most experienced mturkers will find this easy going. An interesting twist was that they actually send a summary of the results, giving some of the main reasons why people voted this way or that.

I got notified via email that a case was available, and there are some signs that I missed a case or so a month. I haven't fully figured out if these got sent to spam or whatever.

On ejury, these are real cases, and they will be assigned based on your actual US jurisdiction, so your mileage may vary, since I think some sites are more popular in some areas than others.

It might be worthwhile to take several minutes to register at ejury. I think it would be good to hear what other jury sites anyone has found worthwhile.
what work did you do?
 

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what work did you do?
This was mostly like the jury hits on mturk. You have to read the evidence from a case and render a verdict. I think I had either a medical malpractice or a police brutality case. You'll have to answer some questions about your reasoning. I wish there were more of these.